Regulatory Streamlining

Regulatory streamlining is the procedure that regulatory agencies go through to improve processes, increase efficiencies and improve the effectiveness of the regulatory process.
Streamlining is a constant process that evolves with technology, modernized business practices, government capacity and emerging regulatory needs.  Some of the goals of the streamlining process include stimulating local and state economies through tax revenues, increased job opportunities, and ancillary business development while protecting the environment through appropriate regulation and technological effectiveness and efficiencies.

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Participants in this year’s Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission Midyear Meeting June 3-5 in...
IOGCC Midyear Issues Summit. June 27 - 29, 2011, Radisson Hotel Bismarck, Bismarck, ND. ...

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Topic Resources

US Fossil Fuel Resources: Terminology, Reporting and Summary. Congressional Research Service. Whitney, Gene, Behrens, Carl E., Glover, Carol. November 30, 2010. Discussions...

API, October 28, 2010. Almost one-third of all API standards, including all standards that are safety-related or have been incorporated into federal regulation, are now...

IOGCC White Papers

A Guide to Practical Management of Produced Water (2006). Thinking of...

Oil & Gas Policy: Evaluation for Energy Security (2007). This policy...

Topic Contacts

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